It is impossible not to be inspired (and a little overwhelmed) by the plethora of extreme crafty talent around the world. I could waste hours trawling pinterest, following facebook leads and jumping from site to site looking at really stunning works of art (and I sometimes do). For those of us who get excited and […]Read More Inspired of Glen Iris Here …
Been busy … how ’bout you guys. So much exciting stuff happening … not to mention the underlying home, family and work stuff that fills all of our days with busyness. Last week I had the pleasure of visiting the 2013 Scarf Festival down at the National Wool Museum in Geelong. What a treat. I […]Read More It’s Been A While ….
This week feels like the start of the year. Even though a month has gone past since new years and I have been back at work for three weeks … it still felt like the world was in slow mode (including me) and nothing much was happening … a combination of warm weather and slow […]Read More International Freeform Challenge
And I am definitely grinning from ear to ear because my blue felted scarf has won “Best Felted Scarf” at the 2010 Reflections Scarf Festival at the National Wool Museum in Geelong, Victoria. So I’m very, very excited. The piece is called “Circles” and it’s machine felted with my very favourite toy – the Babylock Embellisher, using […]Read More Winners are Grinners!!!
It’s nearly time for the 2010 Scarf Festival being held this year again at the National Wool Museum in Geelong (Victoria, Australia). I have entered a whopping six scarves … got a bit carried away on my babylock embellishing machine with some of Martas Yarns hand dyed slubby wool. Sadly Marta has left us and […]Read More 2010 Scarf Festival